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New liquor licenses are designed to spur development

By G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – The 13 new liquor licenses created by a bill passed by the Legislature and Gov. Deval Patrick will be the same in some regards, but different in one key way: they won’t be able to be transferred or sold. Rory Casey, chief of staff for Mayor Alex Morse, explained to <span style="fon...
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Hawks Over Holyoke provides close up views

By Carley Dangona
carley@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – This weekend, Heritage State Park will showcase some of the most talented pilots as it celebrates the Hawks Over Holyoke event. The event publicizes annual migration of the hawks and will take place at the park, 221 Appleton St., on Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Two shows, “Eyes ...
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McLeary Manor aims for holiday opening

Lori Szepelak
lori@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – Karen Blanchard of Providence Ministries for the Needy is “hopeful” that the new McCleary Manor, a sober living, single room occupancy (SRO) ministry will open by the holiday season.“We are hoping volunteer teams will be willing to do a day of service to help us with cleaning and p...
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Holyoke Revolver Club planning to celebrate its centennial

By Lori Szepelak
lori@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – From junior leagues and fun shoots to safety courses and instructor classes, the Holyoke Revolver Club offers the avid shooting enthusiast a wide range of shooting options on its 35 acres. “We are marking our 100th annive...
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Holyoke resident seeks support for educational trip to Costa Rica

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE Listeners of WMAS will know that Holyoke resident Robyn Lee is an on-air personality, but they may not know of her love of science. Lee is undertaking a fundraising campaign to allow her to accompany about 20 students from <a ta...
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Local artist’s skill lives on through exhibition

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – His sister said the exhibition of his artwork at the Holyoke Senior Center would have made the late Edward Kwiatkowski proud.“He would have been so happy,” Emily Douglas of Holyoke said. “He spent ...
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